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Call a new method of ClientInterceptor when sending the message failed [SWS-778] #862

gregturn opened this issue Jun 5, 2012 · 1 comment


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@gregturn gregturn commented Jun 5, 2012

Pierre Le Roux opened SWS-778 and commented


ClientInterceptor handleResponse or handleFault aren't called when the process send a message to a remote server and this server doesn't answer (404...).
It's normal because no soap response message has been sent.
It could be interesting to have another function, for example : handleException or handleError in order to get the deal the request status when server doesn't answer a compliant message.

I know there are ExceptionResolver and I'm already using it but i need such a method for doing the process below :

  • In my ClientInterceptor, I track sent message and current time in handleRequest
  • I'm already tracking soap response and current time at response
  • I can't track response time and http status (or JMS...) when connexion fails...

If needed, I can add my class which is in an opensource project.

Referenced from: commits ac030c2

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@gregturn gregturn commented Mar 18, 2014

Arjen Poutsma commented

Fixed by adding an afterComplete callback to ClientInterceptor, similar to the existing one in EndpointInterceptor.

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